Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Tuesday, November 18th, 2014--CPR

Tuesday, November 18th, 2014
Day Twenty-one

When You Come In
  • Please sign in.

Art Show
  1. Compare/Contrast with Art Award for Each Category
  2. Guess what/who this is?!

Paper pass-back and folder log-in.  You should have these dividers in your binder.  
  1. Vocabulary (list or quiz; yellow or orange)
  2. Reading and Annotating (beige paper)
  3. Greek Mythology (luminous lime; presentation background)
  4. Notes--Put them in date order, oldest in the front, newest in the back.  Be calm and quiet, and I will post a date order here.

Reading and Annotating:  Professor Foster:  “It’s Greek to Me” (Thirty Minutes)
  • Before you start reading today, begin with the end in mind.  
    • Reread the assignment on schoology carefully.  How much of that have you completed?
    • Review the four grading points on the rubric.  How would you grade yourself so far on hitting those targets?
    • What do you need to do today to earn a “4” on each target?
  • Continue reading and annotating “It’s Greek to Me.”  

FYI:  If you didn’t do your shmoop notes originally, you need to by Thursday; otherwise, you will have to take a zero for the storybook assignment, which we are doing Thursday and Friday.  This would be catastrophically bad, right?  

On schoology under Friday--Study how Greek myth and language affected our own:  http://quizlet.com/47972409/greek-myth-references-affecting-language-flash-cards/

Due: Wednesday, November 19, 2014 at 12:35 pm
1)  Click on the storybird link here:   http://storybird.com.
2)  Create an account.
3)  Join my class:  

Make sure when you come to class tomorrow, you have your two pages of shmoop notes over your Greek myth story.

Here's what your story will focus on:
1)Who are the main players in this story?
2)What is the central conflict?  What's at stake?
3)How is the conflict resolved?
4)What is the moral lesson or ethical teaching the reader/listener is supposed to learn?

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